Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration is for those would like to understand how the Companies and Organizations and Institutions such as Banks, Multinationals, Government and Private Companies and Private Business function and how they can be best managed and controlled. The BBA Programme is intended to give the student a broad based solid training in Business management. This enables the graduate to fit into any facet of business life and to decide in which specific discipline the student wishes to specialize. The curriculum provides training in functional management areas such as Marketing, Finance and Human Resource.

Role of Managers

Modern world Organisations are demanding business leaders who thrive in a complex and globally diverse environment. Describing what managers do isn't an easy or simple task! Just as no two organizations are alike, no two managers' jobs are alike. But management writers and researchers have, after many years of study, developed some specific categorization schemes to describe what managers do. Because organizations exist to achieve some particular purpose, someone must clearly define that purpose and the means for its achievement. Manager is that "someone". Managers are responsible for arranging work to accomplish the organization's goals. Every organization includes people, and a manager's job is to work with and through people to accomplish organizational goals. Finally, there has to be some evaluation of whether things are going as planned. To ensure that work is going as it should, managers monitor and evaluate performance.

Employment Prospects

This Degree would enable the students to gain knowledge on Management functions and manage Junior Managerial positions, anywhere in the world.


Specializations are available in three streams i.e. Marketing, Finance and Human Resource. Dual Specialization is offered to the students in last year of the programme. Duration The duration of the programme is 3 years (6 semesters) Required Credit Hours: minimum hours